|Mitchell's Ancient atlas : classical and sacred, containing maps illustrating the geography of the ancient world, as described by the writers of antiquity; also, the political divisions, cities, towns, places distinguished by remarkable events; the routes of distinguished millitary commanders, etc. likewise, the lengths of seas, lakes, and rivers, and the heights of mountains, as determined by modern observations; together with a tableof the corresponding ancient and modern names of the places engraved in the maps; the whole accompanied by a descriptive geography, embellished with numerous engravings of remarkable events, views of important cities, noted structures, and various interesting antique remains - Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868|
|Mitchell's Counting House Map of the United States of America - Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868|
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights
|Mitchell's map of Illinois exhibiting its internal improvements, counties, towns, roads, etc. - Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868|
Prime meridian: Washington
Keywords: Railroads; Canals; Post roads; Roads
|An accompaniment to Mitchell's reference and distance map of the United States - Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868|
"Containing an index of all the counties, districts, townships, towns, &c., in the Union; together with an index of the rivers, by which any county, district, township, &c., or river may be found on the map without difficulty; also, a general view of the United States and the several states and territories; with an account of the actual and prospective internal improvements throughout the Union; the whole, in connexion with the map, illustrating the geography, topography, and statistics of the U...